‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ was in charge of arrange (as much as he could) the very entangled chronology of the films of ‘X-Men’ Fox. Now, thanks to the writer of the film, it has revealed a shocking detail of the story of Mystique.
‘Days of Future Past’ had the herculean task of tying together the original trilogy and the time lines of the second trilogy that began with ‘First Class’, which meant that there were many X-Men in their time of execution. Mystique Jennifer Lawrence appeared as one of the main characters of the story. And it was a task of Wolverine avoid that she will take his life Trask, so as to avoid the dystopian future where there would be Sentinels hunting mutants.
It was thanks to the writer of the film, Simon Kinbergthat it has revealed a detail, shocking in the history of Mystique. One that speaks about who is the father of the mutant and as this smacks of a way unimaginable with what fans know of the character in the comics.
Chronologically, Mystique first appeared in ‘X-Men: First Class’, leaving a question mark about who were their parents. While some thought that Nightcrawler in Kodi Smit-McPhee might be the son of Mystique and Azazel of ‘First Class’, it was thanks to Kinberg has revealed that this could not have been because it turns out that Mystique it is in reality the daughter of Azazel.
The revelation took place during a screening of ‘Days of Future Past’, where Kinberg explained this moment shocking, it explains that this is revealed when Mystique infiltrates the office of Trask and discovered the photographs of the autopsy of Azazel. Despite the fact that it is a big turn, is a significant departure from the comics, since the bullets Azazel and Mystique were involved romantically, which resulted in the birth of Nightcrawler.
For the moment, it is known that possibly the X-Men make their appearance in the films of the MCU in Phase 6, but although this is not official, Kevin Present has said that since the characters came to Marvel Studios, he and his team have been working on the best way to introduce them.